Hello I have a short HD film which sits at around 400MB (2 mins) in a .mov from final cut pro. I would like to put this in a portfolio for an application, however: "Media files (sound or video, animations etc.) of not more than 15mb each. These must be playable without specialist software (i.e. using standard applications like Quicktime). Our preferred format is Quicktime (.mov or .qt) for video, or MP3 for audio." 15mb! I know that my 400mb video was massive but how can i compress it to that size, play it in normal quicktime in a standard format without it being unwatchable? Is there a format to export the video in that could be watchable at that size? Or any other way to super compress the video? I have the HD video on youtube (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H286Uie0MF4) would that video be compressed enough to use if i downloaded it and what is the most compressed format quicktime can play? Sorry there are so many questions, i'm just a bit confused by the whole thing having been used to working with much larger files. Thanks for any help.